Top 15 Best Jobs for Psychology Majors

By Jeff Gillis What can you do with a psychology degree? That’s a surprisingly common question. While there are obvious answers – like psychologist or therapist – not everyone who majors in psychology wants to go that route. But are there different options? Are there jobs for psychology majors beyond counseling positions? Or, if counseling…

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Top 20 Tough Interview Questions (Example Answers Included)

By Mike Simpson Have you ever faced off against an interview question that stopped you dead in your tracks? You know you heard the hiring manager ask it. But after that, your mind starts reeling, and you can’t figure out how to begin. That’s usually what it feels like to get hit with genuinely tough…

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Top 19 Highest Paying Part Time Jobs in 2020

By Mike Simpson Many people simply can’t work a full-time schedule. For others, it may be an option, but they would rather have more time to focus on family, hobbies, or personal obligations. Luckily, it is possible to support yourself without having to work 40+ hours per week. There are some amazing high-paying part-time jobs…

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Office Assistant Job Description (Skills, Duties, Salary & More)

By Jeff Gillis One thing is true in all companies; it takes a team to thrive. While CEOs often get much of the glory, it’s the power of their workforce that creates that glory in the first place. And one of the often-unsung heroes in that workforce is the office assistant. What’s one thing all…

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Top 18 Best Jobs for Math Majors

By Jeff Gillis Math may be one of the most complained about subjects around. For some, looking at numbers and symbols is nothing but headache-inducing. But, for others, that isn’t the case. Instead, math feels like home. It’s that warm feeling that makes some people choose to become math majors. They want to focus their…

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Top 17 High Paying Entry Level Jobs in 2020

By Jeff Gillis When you’re taking your first big step into the workforce, you usually want to snag a position that pays as much as possible. While most people assume that entry-level opportunities only offer a pittance, that isn’t universally the case. There are some very high-paying entry-level jobs around. You just have to know…

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How to Write a Thank You Email After Your Phone Interview (+ Samples)

By Mike Simpson Ah, the thank you email. It seems like such a simple thing. But, did you know that it can be a make or break point for you as a candidate? It’s true. Some hiring managers will discard candidates who fail to send one. Others will make hiring decisions based on the content…

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How to Prepare for an Interview (Step-By-Step Guide)

By Mike Simpson If you want to land a job, there’s one hurdle you’re essentially guaranteed to face: the interview. After all, hiring managers don’t choose a candidate based on their resume alone in nearly all cases. They want to meet the candidate and learn more about what they bring to the table. And, if…

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15 Common Illegal Interview Questions

By Jeff Gillis Most job seekers understand that the hiring manager might ask them something unexpected, or maybe even outlandish. But there are certain questions that do more than catch you off-guard. They leave you wondering, “Is that even legal?” The answer is, maybe not. There are illegal interview questions. Some are banned at a…

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Top 35 Data Analyst Interview Questions (Example Answers Included)

By Mike Simpson Today, there are approximately 2.7 million data-oriented jobs. Holy cow, right? And more are showing up every day. Companies are scrambling to find the data analysts they need to handle, well, all of the data they’ve collected. Data analysts are investigators, digging through unprecedented amounts of information to find meaning and patterns.…

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